Beaches & Lakes in Massachusetts
A breathtaking series of beaches, tracks of land, and structures along outer Cape Cod.
The Boston park and historic landmark includes a long boardwalk perfect for exploring the coastline, as well a five-sided fort open for tours during summer months.
A popular state-run beach in southeastern Massachusetts
A long stretch of oceanfront just north of Boston that features a two-mile walkway overlooking the surf
Just north of Boston, Revere Beach is the oldest public beach in America
A state-run beach in the northern part of the state with good waves
A beach and campground by the Cape Cod Canal
A white-sand beach with sand dunes in Mashpee, near Falmouth
The area in Concord where Henry David Thoreau withdrew from civilization in the 1840s is still around worth a visit.
The sheltered bay side of Cape Cod has its advantages, including quiet beaches and shallow swimming areas.